CURRENT UNION NEWS


Statement from DEP Commissioner Lloyd

Following an earlier suspension, NYC Subway and Bus service has resumed with a full Sunday schedule at noon today.  NJ Transit train service, PATH train service, Port Authority Bus service, and Staten Island Ferry service have all resumed on a reduced schedule.  Riders are advised to expect residual delays.

Storm Update!

SSEU Local 371 offices will be closed today.  Please check back throughout the day for updates.

HRA offices will open at 1:00 pm today. Workers are expected to go to their nearest center.

The travel ban has been lifted and NYC Transit service has resumed.

Meetings, Pools Canceled: UPDATES

Due to weather conditions, the Black Heritage Committee scheduled for tonight has been canceled and the Next Wave Committee meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 27 has also been canceled. 

The Sup I (SS) pool schedule for Jan. 27 has been canceled.

The Political Action Committee meeting and Civilians in Law Enforcement meeting for Wednesday, Jan. 28 have been canceled.  

Storm Update

Due to weather conditions, the Union's dental office will close at 3:00 PM today, Monday Jan. 26, and will remain closed through Tuesday, Jan. 27. 

Check the website for updates on the storm and how it affects Union activities. 

MLK March Reminder

SAVE THE DATE!

 

SSEU Local 371 Member Raphael Pasols needs your support!

Please come and show your support for Raphael Pasols, Juvenile Counselor who is being prosecuted for doing his Job!  

Supporters should come out to the Bronx Criminal Court House at 215 East 161st. Street (between Sheridan and Morris Ave) on February 2nd, 2015.  We should all be inside by 9:30 am.  Please allow time for traveling.

Black Heritage Committee Meeting, Canceled

The Black Heritage Committee meeting scheduled for tonight, Jan. 20, has been canceled. Thank you for your understanding. 

Statement on Global Turmoil

SSEU Local 371 President Anthony Wells said, “The recent events in France and Nigeria are reminders that we need to embrace our diversity against the evil villains who peddle in hatred and senseless violence. Our hearts are with the grieving, and our minds are united in creating new ways to combat hatred and suffering.”

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